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Living Locally

Living in Dufferin-Caledon
HHCC is in Orangeville, a vibrant community nestled in the scenic Headwaters region and conveniently located 45 minutes from Toronto.

The Town of Orangeville offers a space where you can connect with the environment and each other; maintaining its small-town charm and strong sense of community.

Orangeville’s population is 28,900 (2016 Census), which is the largest urban area in Dufferin County. With a downtown core filled with local artisan shops and restaurants to scenic landscapes, trails and rivers - there truly is something for everyone in our community.

Orangeville is host to farmers markets, events and festivals throughout the year and home to recreation centres, schools (elementary, secondary and colleges) and libraries – all of which are accessible via transit.

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Dufferin County
Dufferin County is a great place to live, work and play - here you can take advantage of local food and amenities.

The County’s population is 61,735 (2016 Census), which is comprised of three towns: Mono, Orangeville and Shelburne, and five rural townships: Amaranth, East Garafraxa, Grand Valley, Melancthon and Mulmur.

Some of Ontario’s largest rivers run across Dufferin County including: The Grand River, a Canadian Heritage River, Luther Lake and Marsh and the Nottawasaga river system. These rivers are surrounded by a 2,596-acre forest divided into 12 tracts.

Alongside our rivers and forests is the Niagara Escarpment which forms a dividing ridge through the County - easily accessed via the Bruce Trail or the Mono Cliffs Provincial Park.

Our countryside is home to charming towns, local museums, heritage shops and wineries that offer break-taking views, wildlife and culture.

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The Town of Caledon is part of Peel Region – an area experiencing dramatic growth – with a population of 66,503 (2016 Census) and the largest urban center being Bolton.

In Caledon, you will find agriculture and century homes coupled with entrepreneurs and big business. It is a great place to explore, study and work.

Home to the Caledon Town Hall Players, the Blackhorse Theater and many art studios and galleries, Caledon has a lively culture which continues to get richer and richer.

Part of the TransCanada Trail, several forests and waterways flow through the area – making it a weekend attraction as well as great place to live.

Our community is also a strong supporter of organized sports; from hockey and soccer to lacrosse and badminton. We are even pleased to have our very own HHCC community hockey team.

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